Aug. 12, 2022 – Nee says he wants people to know that how they help themselves is there choice and he just wants people to know that they’re out there.

“We have people that, you know, we don’t necessarily consider them alcoholics or recovering drug addicts, but they chose to have a clean and sober lifestyle. And we have members from all walks of the disease of alcohol,” Nee said.

There are members within a year of their sobriety while others have up to 40.

Ron Miller, a member of the Massachusetts Chapter of Last Chance M.C., is in his 12th year of sobriety and is committed to continue on the path of sobriety.

“I love what they do and what they’re all about. Recovery is what I’m in and what I’m going to be in for the rest of my life. One day at a time, God willing,” Miller said.

Along with helping members stay sober, the club will also raise money for recovery and halfway houses, mainly coming from different rides they host throughout the year.

“We’re a family club. We take good care of our kids and our wives and spouses, girlfriends. And we extend that out to the public — or we always put a message out to all the other clubs,” Nee said. “You know, sometimes things happen and members don’t know where to go and we’re here to help you on the path.”


[ninja-popup ID=12216]